Jorge Lorenzo did what he could at Aragon, but it only brought him a 3rd place
Alvaro Bautista just keeps getting better and better. Whether it will save Suzuki remains to be seen
MotoGP in a nutshell: Bikes, trucks, fans, and spectacular scenery
It was another bad day at the office for Valentino Rossi, despite a new chassis
Another brick in the wall
Spain's own Sacacorchos
It's been a tough year for Ducati team boss Vitto Guareschi
The only side of the Repsols that the other riders got to see
Which is probably good, as the factory Honda team unveiled a special livery at Aragon: Orange And Sharpie
Behold the future. Marc Marquez took a huge step closer to a MotoGP move at Aragon
The most important men at the track. No marshalls, no racing.
One man who has done everything right this year, Nico Terol
Moto2 madness. Impressively, they all got through Turn 1 relatively unscathed
Making history: a new chassis meant a new engine, and that meant starting from pit lane for Valentino Rossi
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